Another relatively steady, but good, month on the dividend side of our investments. We purchased some RDSA (100 shares) and AH (150 shares in two batches) in November, plus ongoing DRIPs for about 10 different companies, which added anywhere between 1-4 shares each. We currently own 10.222 share in various companies, that’s quite a lot!
The grand total for November is a very solid €434 in free money. This monthly dividend income is a YOY increase of about 191%. This percentage is going down steadily compared to previous months and will continue to do so going forward due to the slower (re)investment into dividend shares.
As you can see below, we finally bought back RDSA and AH in November as noted earlier, as well as added to our position in UNA. This time we are planning to keep them, potentially adding to the positions in the coming months. After that, we have to start looking into some new posistions. But these have to be European dividend stocks (for diversification and exchange rate reasons), ideas?
We now own shares in a total of 45 different companies, which are:
When you allocate the stocks to the various sectors they represent and add them together into a plot, this is what you get (based on Market value as of COB November 30):
How did you do this month? Better or worse then expected? What did you buy? Did you also get some UNA and AH after the drop in share price over the last month?